Michigan Supply and Provisions opened new marijuana provisioning centers in Detroit and Battle Creek 

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We would be remiss not to mention that Michigan Supply and Provisions opened two new locations earlier this month.

MS&P opened a medical provisioning center on June 4 at 24363 Grand River Ave. Detroit, and a recreational provisioning center a couple days earlier at 6010 B Drive North, Battle Creek.

Those follow the chain's first Michigan location in Morenci in 2019.

The Detroit store offers 2,500 square feet of premium retail space and a selection of flower, vapes, concentrates, edibles, and topicals, including MS&P's exclusive Ozone branded products.

Parent company AWH, a vertically integrated cannabis grower, says it plans to open five more MS&P provisioning centers in Michigan in 2020, as well as a 144,000 square-foot cultivation and processing facility in Lansing.

Both the Detroit and Battle Creek locations offer an online ordering and appointment-based pick-up system. Both stores are open from 9 a.m.-9 p.m., daily. More information is available at michigansandp.com.

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